- Wisconsin District: Efforts to Sunset Ballpark-Bond Tax Will Fail. Shields, Yvette // Bond Buyer;12/5/2003, Vol. 347 Issue 31775, p40
Reports on attempts to limit the duration of a five-county sales tax used to repay the revenue debt of the Miller Park stadium in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Sunset date proposed for the sales tax; Total cost of the stadium's construction.
- Chargers Citizen Task Force Eyeing Several Stadium Plans. Allen, Mike // San Diego Business Journal;2/17/2003, Vol. 24 Issue 7, p3
Reports on the options being studied by Chargers, a citizens task force for stadium plans in San Diego, California. Increase in the sales tax as a way to finance the city's share of a stadium; Lease of the entire Qualcomm Stadium site; Support of task force members for letting the Chargers take...
- Minneapolis Downtown Council pitches fourth area-stadium plan. Shields, Yvette // Bond Buyer;06/24/99, Vol. 328 Issue 30669, p27
Reports on the Minnesota-based Minneapolis Downtown Council's proposal to use sales tax revenue to finance a mass transit project and a stadium for the Minnesota Twins baseball team. Details of the council's proposal.
- FL: State Senator Files Bill to Reduce Sale Tax on Commercial Leases. // GPP eNews;12/5/2014, p1
A summary is presented of SB 176, a bill which would reduce sales tax on all commercial leases, filed by Florida's Senator Dorothy Hukill.
- Invalid Election. Williamson, Richard // Bond Buyer;9/9/2003, Vol. 345 Issue 31715, p31
Reports on the ruling given by the Oklahoma state Court of Civil Appeals that a sales tax election to fund improvements at Northeastern State University's football stadium in Tahlequah, Oklahoma was invalid. Claims made by Tahlequah citizens Orel Dugger and Kirk Erickson against the city in...
- Report: Cowboys Stadium Plans Could Hurt, Rather Than Help, Arlington. Watts, Jim // Bond Buyer;10/25/2004, Vol. 350 Issue 31996, p7
Reports on the plans of Arlington, Texas to finance stadium complex for the Dallas Cowboys through tax increases. Economic benefits of the new stadium; Request for voters to approve an increase of the city's sales tax; Estimation of the average amount of money that Arlington could lose due to...
- Vote scuttles Ohio shuffle. Atkin, Ross // Christian Science Monitor;4/2/96, Vol. 88 Issue 88, p15
Discusses a vote on a sales tax increase in Cincinnati to pay for the construction of new football and baseball stadiums, on the chances of Cleveland being able to attract Cincinnati's Bengals football team. Background information on the Bengals.
- TEXAS TAX TREATMENT OF STADIUM LUXURY SUITES EXPLAINED. // Sales & Use Tax Alert;
The article discusses the tax treatment of stadium luxury suites in Texas and notes that a license to use a stadium luxury suite to view amusement events is subject to Texas sales and use tax although some leases of a luxury suite are treated as nontaxable leases of real property.
- THREE RIVERS IS DOWN, PITTSBURGH LOOKS UP. Jacobson, Louis // National Journal;5/11/2002, Vol. 34 Issue 19, p1405
Reports the infrastructure projects and development in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania as of May 2002. Estimated cost of developing the Three Rivers Stadium for professional football and baseball games; Sales tax imposed in the state; Projected viewers of sporting events in the state; Transportation...